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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
1138 AM MDT Sat Jul 22 2017

Showers and storms ended early last night across New Mexico, a few
rainfall reports so far this morning for the past 24 hours 0.95
inches southeast of Santa Fe, 0.90 inches at Capitan, 0.74 inches
at Quemado, 0.82 inches at Farmington, and 0.11 in Albuquerque at
Paseo Del Notre and Tramway. Low temperatures ranged from middle
40s to the 50s higher elevations and from the 60s to the low 70s

Another active monsoon weather day in store for New Mexico, with
widespread showers and storms increasing in the afternoon and
evening. The potential for locally heavy rainfall will be possible
across the western mountains and south central mountains. High
temperatures today will be in the 70s and 80s mountains, and 80s
to the 90s elsewhere.

The monsoonal weather pattern is setting up through the weekend
and into early next week across New Mexico, with localized flash
flooding will be possible. Thunderstorms will trend up in coverage
later Sunday into Sunday night, with locally heavy rainfall possible
across much of central and western New Mexico. The western half of
the area will be favored for storms Monday, with a downtrend beginning
Tuesday and then continuing through mid week.


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